Charissa (obsessiongirl) wrote in linguaphiles,
Charissa
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Happy chair is happy.

I was suddenly wondering where this usage originates.

"Happy chair is happy." (as seen here) http://happychairishappy.com/

I've seen it used in different contexts, I'm guessing it's just for added emphasis, really... but does anyone know when this all started, and where it originates? ("The internet" is not a place, if it was online, any ideas in which communities?)

I tried googling it but couldn't think of how to search for it.

Other examples:
"Horrible day was horrible"
"Epic game is epic"

Also, what do you think about this? I use this structure myself at times... But only when I'm joking or on Facebook. Personally I think it can be funny but most of the time you would be better off just explaining why something is horrible, happy or epic.

Thanks!
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